Master Chief-Watercolor & Marker

To be fair, I’m not sure if I can legally call this a watercolor painting. I’m no mathematician, but I’m guessing that at least 50% of this image is the Sharpie marker I used for the black vectoring. Regardless, I still like it. I actually liked it more without the color but what’s done is done now. This piece was sort of an experiment for me. You see, though I just posted lots of other artwork in the last few weeks, this piece predates all of my earlier post from this past week. This was my first official work on canvas in over 8 years. I have dabbled intermittently with different types of art in the last decade, but not very often. I knew I was ready to get back into creating new things, and I figured there was no better way to get my inspirational juices going than to sit down and work on my favorite character ever.

The Master Chief!

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I know a lot of people say they are fans of a character, but when I tell you I am a superfan… I mean it

 

 

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I might be posting more about my costume here in the future, stay tuned!

Thanks for your time.

Drawing of Link.

 

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Created October 5th, 2000

It was the year 2000. The Legend of Zelda: Majoras Mask was about to be released and I could not contain my excitement. Therefore, my excitement spewed out of me in the form of terrible drawings such as this. We all had to start somewhere.

Just to be clear, this is not my original creation. All credit goes to Nintendo, Shigeru Miyamoto, and the countless others that have brought this game, as well as many other games to us over the last four decades.

Thank You.